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In the memorandum that accompanied the delivery of the National List, we asked that this office be provided a copy of your local list brochure information in support of our retiree access pilot initiative. We had asked that this information be sent to our office not later than July 31, 2000. Although many of you have provided this information, there remain a number of areas from which we have no response.
The information is needed to allow retirees who do not reside in one of the pilot areas but request the opportunity to donate to a charity in their local area, to do so. It is our desire not to turn away any potential givers during the pilot.
Our contractor is working under very stringent time constraints to implement the automated system that will support this initiative. Their goal is to have this database as an integral part of that system when it is implemented in September. Therefore, we need an electronic copy of local lists from those of you who have not yet provided them as soon as possible, but no later than August 18, 2000.
This information can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent on diskette to my office. The contractor prefers to receive this information in a database format such as Microsoft Excel or Access, but will accept word processing (e.g., Word, or Corel) or other formats if necessary. Be sure to include your four-digit campaign number in the transmittal document.
If you have any questions about this requirement, please call Keith Lively at (202) 606-2545. Thank you for your support.